Citicorp Center

Hugh Stubbins & Associates

This 915 foot high tower has a unique skyline identity: an angled (45 degrees) roof, originally planned as a solar collector. The aluminum-clad tower is raised above the sunken plaza on four huge columns--like stilts (127' high). St. Peter's Church is nested under the cantilevered structure.

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